A sinkhole, chimney fire and car crash: Firefighters have busy end to week in north Norfolk
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It has been a busy end to the week for firefighters in north Norfolk.
A crew from Aylsham was called out to reports of a road traffic collision in the area on Friday shortly before 5.30pm. They assisted the police in making a vehicle safe.
Firefighters from Mundesley attended a chimney fire in Southrepps around 6.10pm Crews used chimney equipment and a Thermal Image Camera to extinguish.
In nearby Northrepps, around 2.30pm, a crew from Cromer extinguished a fire in the open on Norwich Road.
And, in Wroxham, reports were flooding in of a sinkhole opening up on the main Norwich Road, opposite Bridge Vets. Traffic was reportedly reduced to one lane.
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